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The Fawsley
Badby
Northamptonshire

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Fawsley Hall is an award winning luxury country house hotel and historic venue in Northamptonshire on the borders of Oxfordshire and Warwickshire not far from Milton Keynes, Northampton, Rugby and Banbury and convenient for Silverstone, Stratford upon Avon, Oxford, Warwick Castle, Althorp, Blenheim, Bicester Village Shopping and the Cotswolds. With 4 AA Red Stars (given to the very best hotels in the country) and 3 AA Rosettes (for outstanding restaurants that demand recognition well beyond their local area), leisure breaks, short breaks, spa breaks, late offers and dinner, bed and breakfast packages are all available from this hotel not far from London and the home counties. The resort is also listed in the Michelin Guide, Johansens, Mr and Mrs Smith, Best Loved Hotels and is featured in magazines and newspaper editorial including Conde Nast Traveller, Easy Living, Glamour, GQ and the Daily Telegraph. The romantic exclusive wedding venue is perfect for civil marriage ceremonies and wedding receptions in a beautiful countryside. Equilibrium is the Heart of Englandís best fine dining restaurant and Bessís Brasserie has delicious country cooking in an informal atmosphere and is excellent value. Whether for incentive, reward, strategy or planning, Fawsley is a fantastic day meetings and residential business meetings venue, ideal for conferences, presentations and exhibitions.

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